Writing Retreat 10

Kuupäev: 
04.11.2020 (All day) - 08.11.2020 (All day)

Asukoht: 
Pühajärve Spa & Holiday Resort


Five days with over 40 hours of writing, short workshops, consultations, activities to help clear your mind, as well as the opportunity to discuss with others and with a facilitating consultant. The format is inclusive and collective. It will be facilitated and supported, with the focus being on writing together to increase motivation and writing productivity.

The instructors are Djuddah A.J. Leijen (PhD, Lecturer at The College of Foreign Languages and Cultures) and Anni Jürine (PhD, Research Fellow at the Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics). They have experience teaching PhD level academic writing across and within disciplines. They have formerly developed instructed several writing retreats for The Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy, and Semiotics, Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, Doctoral School of Behavioural, Social and Health Sciences, and Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation.

To participate in the retreat, please write a short workplan describing your activities during the retreat and submit your application by October 15, 2020. REGISTRATION FORM

NB! The planned writing has to be related with your PhD dissertation.

NB! Please be aware that after filling up the application form you should get an automatic confirmation message to your mailbox.

Notifications of acceptance will be sent by October 22, 2020.

NB! Members of Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation are welcome to participate. The number of participants is limited. If the number of interested people exceeds available places, the selection will be done based on the quality of workplansapproval by your home university and participation in earlier retreats. For accepted participants all costs (transfer Tartu-Pühajärve-Tartu, accommodation in single rooms, meals) will be covered by the doctoral school.

Venue: Pühajärve Spa & Holiday Resort

Additional information: katrin.tamm@ut.ee, 737 6116